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Lord of the Flies 

Hueco: V0+ Font: 4+ R

Type:  Boulder
Consensus:  Hueco: V1 Font: 5 [details]
FA: Dunno... been climbed for ages.
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Submitted By: andy patterson on Mar 14, 2011

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LOTF ascends the right-hand side of the boulder in...


A true Lizard's Mouth highball classic. Committing, but no surprises. Just keep it together for the top-out.


In the Femme Fatale Zone. Ascends the NW facing side of the big mushroom shaped formation by Meilee.


More than one pad, depending on confidence.

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Rock Climbing Photo: Sam, Lord of the Skies
Sam, Lord of the Skies

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By Nick Sullens
From: Mt Shasta
Apr 2, 2011

Anyone have any info on the line to the left of Lord of the Flies? I gave it a try, pretty cool climbing, quite balancy.
By Bob Banks
Apr 5, 2011

Andy Patterson did it before the last bit of rain a few weeks ago.
Rock Climbing Photo: Andy Patterson - The Conch
Andy Patterson - The Conch

He was calling it 'The Conch' (V8ish), finishes up LOTF at the jug.
By Ben Parsons
Mar 12, 2014
rating: V1- 5- PG13

Apparently there was a breakage down low on LOTF a while back. Trying it for the first time a few weekends ago, I had a hard time seeing any V0/1 climber getting off of the ground. The first 3 moves felt like technical V2/3 leading into V0 after you get established at the jug ~8 ft up. Definitely can't call the start V0 anymore.
By Alan Zhan
From: Seattle, WA
May 9, 2014
rating: V1+ 5 R

The start on the crimps is a bit technical, but I when tried this guy again yesterday, the bottom moves didn't seem nearly as hard as the beginning of Panic (v3ish?).

anyways definitely one of my favorite climbs in SB and I wonder why it doesn't get more attention. Extremist has like triple the ticks of this guy!
By Sean Crozier
Jun 17, 2014

By Chairrison
Feb 15, 2015

Finally did the repeat, bottom moves are a lot crimpier than they used to be. Also the mantel onto the ledge is epic! Solid v2 in current condition

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